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CHP Traffic 3.5 has been released, and should fix the problem mentioned earlier where incidents in SoCal dispatch regions were being misplaced. Of course, please let us know if you're still experiencing this or any other issue!
CHP 3.5 is coming soon, and will fix organizational issues that home come up as part of the CHP's rollout of their new dispatch system in the LA, OC, and San Diego areas. CHP Traffic has been miscategorizing regions as a result. This update will correct that issue.
We have identified an issue affecting a small number of users with the latest version (3.0) of CHP Traffic. If the Favorites or Nearby tab has only one section, the application may crash when you attempt to view an incident's details. Before an update (3.1) is approved by Apple, you can work around this issue by doing the following:
* Use the Favorites tab, and make sure to select at least two favorite regions.
* Expand the "search range" setting so that at least two regions show up in your Nearby view.
Note that in most major metropolitan areas, the Nearby tab is likely to show more than one region no matter how narrow the search range is.
We are updating this site for the forthcoming CHP Traffic v3.0 release, which adds new features and improvements for iOS 5.0 users, while maintaining compatibility with iOS 4.0. We expect version 3.0 to be available on the AppStore within a week or so.
The incident feed used by CHP Traffic is currently down. As a result, CHP Traffic cannot fetch any incident information. We are working with the CHP to get an ETA on service restoration. Please see our Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/chptraffic) for the latest information.
Version 2.2 will soon be live in the App Store. Among the improvements: optimized data refreshes (in rare cases, this could be more than a minute faster, and server fallback will be faster during maintenance periods), completely redesigned the Favorites chooser so that Favorites can be arranged by the user, and added some minor options.
We've identified the source of a crash on iOS 4.0 and iOS 4.1. When the Nearby tab is selected on those devices, the application will crash. Unfortunately, the default tab in the absence of any saved configuration is the Nearby tab, so there is no work around for version 2.0.0 except to update the OS to version 4.2 or 4.3. However, version 2.0.1 has been submitted to the App Store with a fix for this issue and will hopefully be available early next week. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience this has caused.
We've received reports from a few customers that are having problems with version 2.0.0 after updating. While the application is working for the majority of users, some users are reporting problems ranging from an occasional crash to inability to use the application at all. If you experience a crash (ever, not just with this update), we'd like to hear about it so we can work on fixing it. iOS devices automatically sync crash reports from your device to the computer then next time you sync your device. It is extremely helpful when you transmit those logs to us. The Support page has information on where to find the crash reports on Mac OS X and various versions of Windows.
CHP Traffic 2.0 is available NOW on the App Store. Please note that when you first launch the new version, you may see a "Diagnostics Available" message. Previous versions recorded crash information, but only version 2.0 offers to transmit that information to us. You can send the error log, or you can choose "don't send" to delete the error log. Of course, if you experience problems with version 2.0, please send the error logs and/or contact us. We want to resolve any issues you may experience!
The long anticipated version 2.0 of CHP Traffic, featuring maps and sharing additions, was submitted to the App Store for review. Look for the update to appear in the near future.
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